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Is it possible to grant view only permissions to deployment plans?

I've been trying, and it seems that view only permissions at environment level, only allows to see that the environmnet it self exist and the deployment executions results. But it is not posible to see the deployment plan definition itself, that is, the tasks of the deployment plan. Even if you are also giving view permissions at the deploy project level.


Is this intentional? Is there a way to achieve this goal? Is it possible to view the deployment plan of a deployment environment without the Edit permission?

Thank you,

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Hi Juan,

If I understood you correctly the behavior you describe is expected.
The view permission will allow you to view any UI screens not related to configuration changes. The details you are trying to see are not designed to be exhibited as read only fields. This happens to be the same for Bamboo plans. Any configuration screen can be seen/edited if you have the related edit permission.

Is this intentional?

I'm not sure, but it could be. You might want to keep safe details in your environment tasks like users, passwords, server addresses and special commands used in your deployment. If every user able to see the deployment were able to see all its configuration details that could expose too much your infrastructure.

Is there a way to achieve this goal?

There is aways a way, but I'm afraid that if you consider using the native features the answer is no.

Is it possible to view the deployment plan of a deployment environment without the Edit permission?

No, as shared before, the native features of Bamboo won't give you that option.

I hope it helps to clarify the things up a bit.

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